How do I setup my Echo notifications?

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Notifications in Echo allow the user to stay connected to their students or members of the Echo community by being alerted via email or text.

 

There are 3 Echo notification settings that can be set up.

  • Community
  • Master Course
  • Teacher

 

Where are Echo notifications located?

 

1. From the homepage click the profile icon from the top toolbar.

2. Select "Settings" from the drop down menu.

 

Before setting up notifications, add an email and/or phone number for notifications to be sent to.

 

 

Community Notifications

 

Within the "Community notifications" one can be notified when someone:

  • Joins a team (group) owned by the user
  • Creates a conversation in a group the user owns or is a member of
  • Posts in a conversation the user owns
  • Replies to a message (a post made to a conversation)
  • Copies or links to user content

Note:

  • Choose either daily or weekly depending on how often notifications are wanted.
  • SMS is a text sent to the phone number given in "Notification Preferences"

 

 

Master Course Notifications

 

Within the "Master course notifications" one can be notified when in a master course they teach, someone:

  • Changes the course settings
  • Changes an activty
  • Deletes an activity

Note:

  • Choose either daily or weekly depending on how often notifications are wanted.
  • SMS is a text sent to the phone number given in "Notification Preferences"

 

 

Teacher Notifications

 

Within the "Teacher notifications" one can be notified when:

  • A student submits something
  • A student's grade drops below passing
  • A student's enrollement status changes

Note:

  • Choose either daily or weekly depending on how often notifications are wanted.
  • SMS is a text sent to the phone number given in "Notification Preferences"

 

Now that notifications are set up for the community, master courses and teacher, select "Save"

Note: Notification settings can be changed at anytime.

 

 

 

 

 

Echo is constantly being improved based on the feedback from users and we strive to keep our documentation up to date.  If this document doesn’t match what you are seeing in Echo, please let us know.

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